Examples of second childhood in a Sentence
an old man going through his second childhood
whenever she makes a mistake, Grandmother just reminds everyone she's in her second childhood and children shouldn't be held accountable
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Still, research suggests that 10 or more years after the second childhood dose, protection against the virus fades enough to help outbreaks take hold.
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SECOND CHILDHOOD Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of second childhood for English Language Learners
: a time when an old person whose mind is failing begins to behave like a child again
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